Benjamin Bear in Bright Ideas!

Written by Philippe Coudray
Benjamin Bear in Bright Ideas!
by Philippe Coudray
(Toon Books, March 2013)

Our favorite fuzzy friend returns with a whole new set of problems to solve — but when it comes to Benjamin Bear, the solutions may cause just as much trouble. Award-winning artist Philippe Coudray brings us another collection of one-page gags that kids will love to puzzle out.

Benjamin Bear in Bright Ideas! is the perfect treat both for the children who are just learning to read and the adults reading along with them.

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